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UNH Manchester At Pandora Mill


The newly transformed Pandora Mill will welcome its first occupant, UNH Manchester, for the start of fall courses in September 2012.

The first floor of the Pandora Mill will become home to the college’s computing technology and engineering programs, as well as the UNH Graduate School’s Manchester campus. The renovated space will provide the college with an additional 22,000 square feet beyond the current location at 400 Commercial Street. The expansion will include 10 classrooms and labs, faculty offices, and several student common areas and study spaces.

Political Science Student Has Front-Row Seat at Democratic National Convention

Emily Gold and Barack Obama.
Emily Gold, a first-year student at UNH, will serve as an official page with the New Hampshire delegation at the Democratic National Convention. Gold, 18, from Manchester, is majoring in political science. Here she is pictured with President Barack Obama during his visit to Durham in June 2012.

New Hampshire Residents Strongly Believe State Tax Dollars Should Help Keep Public Colleges Affordable, New UNH Poll Finds


Sixty-four percent of Granite State residents did not agree with the state legislature’s decision to cut funding by 50 percent for public colleges and universities in New Hampshire, according to the latest Granite State Poll conducted by the UNH Survey Center.

Five hundred eighty one (581) randomly selected New Hampshire adults were interviewed by telephone between Aug. 1 and 12, 2012. The margin of sampling error for the survey is +/- 4.1 percent.

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